Growing tomatoes [infographic]
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Did you know the average row of tomato plants yields about 60 pounds of harvest? Or that there are over 7,500 varieties of tomatoes? These facts and tons more are just a few reasons why 93 percent of gardening households in America grow their own tomatoes.

Avant Garden Decor, home of Gardener’s Blue Ribbon tomato gardening products, explores tomato gardening in this infographic. Learn why growing your own tomatoes can benefit your health, your wallet and the Earth.

To get expert advice and how-to tutorials for your 2013 gardening season, visit the Avant Garden Decor blog - Love Your Yard - and grow your best garden yet.


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